Frank Robbins "The Curse of the Full Moon" Page 6

Weird Mystery #16
Feb - Mar 1975
Published by DC Comics

The story is predictable, and Robbins is hurrying through the panels. The characters are pushed into the foreground, filling up the scene with a minimal requirement to detail any background of other extraneous information that sets the scene. It doesn't matter, the reader already knows this scene since it is borrowed from numerous werewolf films from Hollywood's past.

On the other hand, Robbins blacking gives the wolf man form a nice heavy solidity, and the night time story fits with Robbins' preference for filling everything with ink whenever possible.

"B-but this is all wrong! This isn't how I wanted it! Heaven help me, I'm becoming as ugly inside as I am out."

Frank Robbins artwork from The Curse of the Full Moon Page 6

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